Gateway Ticketing Systems to host webinar on operational strategies

Gateway Ticketing Systems, a leading provider of admission control systems, will be hosting a community forum on Wednesday 1 April to explore operational strategies during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Gateway Ticketing Systems is pleased to invite attractions industry professionals to a webinar on 1 April 2020, at 2 pm EST. Entitled “Operational Strategies for Now and the Next Normal”, this will feature both Gateway customers and employees, talking about business planning during the current crisis.

Topics discussed during the community forum will include leveraging and expanding communication tools like CRM, alternative revenue streams, preparing to reopen with limitations and more. There will also be space to comment or ask questions at the end.

Uniting to face challenges

“We all need to unite during these challenging times, so all are welcome,” said the company in a statement. “Even if you are not a Gateway customer, please don’t be a stranger. Gateway employees and our community of users want and need to hear about what you are doing at your attraction that is working.”

Gateway is committed to supporting clients and colleagues in the attractions industry and believes that this is more important now that ever. In order to help it achieve this goal, the company is hosting a webinar series during the pandemic. These will allow attractions professionals to share tips, tactics and advice for best practice.

Guest speakers

This weeks seminar will feature three guest speakers:

  • Donna Powell, Business & Administrative Services Manager, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and Northwest Trek
  • Jarrid Vaughn, Senior Manager of Visitor Experience & FUN, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
  • Kelly Bules, Business Solutions Manager, Gateway Ticketing Systems & Former Director of Visitor and Volunteer Services at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans

Please click here to register for the session.

Gateway Ticketing Systems also recently announced that it will be working with one of Canada’s newest attractions, Little Canada, which is set to open later in 2020.